Jocelyne Cesari holds the Chair of Religion and Politics at the University of Birmingham, United Kingdom; at Georgetown University she is a senior fellow at the Berkley Center on Religion, Peace, and World Affairs and an associate professor of the practice of religion, peace, and conflict resolution in the Department of Government. President of the European Academy of Religion, her work on religion, political violence, and conflict resolution has garnered recognition and awards from numerous international organizations such as the Carnegie Council for Ethics and International Affairs and the Royal Society for Arts in the United Kingdom. She is a Professorial Fellow at Australian Catholic University's Institute for Religion, Politics and Society. She teaches on contemporary Islam and politics at Harvard Divinity School and directs the Islam in the West program.
What Is Political Islam?
January 30, 2018
The Question of Qatar
October 15, 2017
Religious Trends in European Islam
July 14, 2017
Religion and Politics: What Does God Have To Do with It?
November 12, 2015
Religion Is Part of the Solution
May 1, 2015
The Oxford Handbook of European Islam
December 30, 2014
Religion and Diasporas: Challenges of the Emigration Countries
November 1, 2013
Muslims in the West After 9/11: Religion, Law and Politics
November 18, 2009
Encyclopedia of Islam in the United States
September 30, 2007
European Muslims and the Secular State
January 30, 2006